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well. good morning to you. thank you for waking up with us. it's sunday, april 9th. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm frank mallicoat. >> i think you will like the weather at least today. first news, a fatal crash in the south bay a few hours ago. it shut down the freeway, highway 280 to traffic. this is southbound 280. we will tell you what we learned about the accident and the desperate attempts to save the man that died. we are following developing news from egypt on this palm sunday. there are two bombings. >> they happened in churches during services. dozens of people are dead. dozens more were injured. we will have the latest on the attacks out of egypt this
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morning. >> those attacks did happen on a day where christians around the world are marking the start of holy week. >> as many as 80,000 people attended the mass early this morning at the vatican. what the pope told those in attendance. those stories and more. first let's talk weather. mark tamayo is in for rosemary. >> you may turn on the heater this morning. >> it was cold. >> you notice the drop off in temperatures. we had the weather system move across the area yesterday. behind it cold air but a beautiful sight this morning looking to san francisco bay. good morning to you. patchy fog out there as well. the fog is rising visibilities in the north bay and east bay. some of the current numbers, chilly. 40s and a few 30s. a frost advisory for the north bay until 8:00 this morning. that is another hour or so. santa rosa checking in at 34 degrees. we expand the view in the
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pacific, you can see a few high clouds approaching central and southern california. this weather system up to the north could be a cloud producer tomorrow morning. we will talk about that guy in a few minutes. as we come in closer, we are dry for today. the bay area has a chance to dry out. that is after areas of fog this morning. the drop off in visibilities, especially santa rosa, one quarter of a mile. novato, near zero. patches floating around. a deal where you could have decent conditions then you encounter a fog bank such as this one. this is looking out to walnut creek. we have patchy dense fog paying us a visit this morning. for this morning, temperatures are in the 40s to around 50 degrees. by lunchtime, 55 to 60 degrees. fair skies this afternoon. this afternoon will be a little bit warmer compared to yesterday. upper 50s to the lower 60s. shower chances the next few days. we will break down the chances in the full forecast in a few
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minutes. >> mark, sounds good. new this morning, a few minutes ago, all of interstate 280 in san jose is reopen after a deadly early morning car crash. chp says the crash happened around 2:30 this morning. reports say the driver of a lexus was going fast southbound 280 near 11th street when it hilt another car. that car -- hit another car. that car overturned. then the lexus hit a honda that burst into flames. the driver was so seriously injured he could not get out of the vehicle. >> this was a rather spectacular collision. people stopped on both sides of the freeway. many people did go to the driver of the honda and try to get him out of the vehicle. unfortunately their attempts were unsuccessful. >> chp says the lexus driver and his passenger were both taken to the hospital. both are expected to survive. the lexus driver is under investigation for driving under the influence of alcohol. also new this morning, firefighters in martinez
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investigate a car fire that spread to a garage and caused allowed explosion. this happened at 2:00 this morning. one man that lives nearby said he heard what sounded like a bomb go off. he went to see what happened, saw a car engulfed in flames. the family was able to make it out safely. >> in five minutes, the car was engulfed. just massive flames. it caught the next car on fire then the front of the garage on fire, within seven minutes and it was a huge fire. and before all that happened, there was that huge bang. i mean, it happened before the fire started. a weird thing. >> most of the explosions were tires and parts of the vehicle on fire. >> firefighters were able to quickly put the fire out and no one was hurt. we have developing news out of egypt. two churches have been bombed on this palm sunday. the first went off during palm sunday service in the town of tanta. 26 people are dead and 70
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others were injured. several hours later a second bomb set off in a church 130 miles away in the city of alexandria. 11 people killed and 30 injured in that blast. these are the very latest attacks on egypt's christian minority which has been targeted by islamic extremists. pope francis is scheduled to visit egypt in a few weeks from now. the highway patrol is investigating the latest shooting on an east bay freeway. chp is investigating the shooting but not saying much more. this happened about 3:30 near the lone freeway off-ramp. chp does not say if anyone was hurt. last february a driver was killed in another highway 4 shooting that happened less than two miles away. newark police are investigating a shooting that left one man dead in a grocery store parking lot. it happened about 12:30 yesterday after at newark boulevard. police found the man inside the
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car. he was pronounced dead at the scene. it's not clear what lead up to the shooting but police think the killing may have been targeted. the victim's name has not been released. union city police are investigating what caused a car to slam into a home on cambridge way off spirian boulevard and north of dire street, halfway between the on ramps of san mateo and dumbarton bridges. it's not clear what caused the driver to hit the home. there are no injuries. witnesses say it looks like the damage is limited mostly to the home's garage. coast guard says no signs of fuel leaking from the sunken barge south of the bay bridge. it capsized during the stormy weather. on thursday, crews went out to assess the possible environmental impact. they say the barge was carrying 4,000 gallons of diesel fuel and another 300 gallons of
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hydraulic oil. >> to my knowledge there is low environmental impact fortunately. we have teams that go out and survey the shoreline. we haven't found shoreline effects. fish and wildlife is doing their own analysis and surveys and hasn't reported significant findings to this point. >> the coast guard says the next step is to salvage the barge which could take several days to do. there are reports the son of an oakland city councilman is under federal indictment in an alleged con trucks bid rigging scheme. the eastbound times reports taj read, the son of larry read, faces charges of bribery and conspiracy in connection with the lawrence berkeley lab. the founder of the turner group also faces federal charges in the case. according to the times, the indictments came during the 2014 corruption investigation
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into state senator leyland lee who is in jail. 30 people were treated for symptoms of hypothermia. one athlete was taken to the hospital after swimming in 37- degree temperatures. then trying to ride a bike. 30 other people stopped in the race and were taken to warming areas to be treated. >> they don't have proper gear. they don't have rain jackets. they are getting cold very fast. all the extremities, hands, feet are losing blood so fast that they cannot use their extremities well at all. >> now, most were okay after they warmed up. we don't know the condition of the person that was taken to the hospital this morning. police in sausalito say there is no sign of a woman who disappeared last month. ashley wells was seen during
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the early morning hours of march 30th in her orange kayak. she was heading to her house less than a quarter mile away. there were no problems with tides or weather. she is described as 5'6" inches tall, 135 pounds, shoulder length blond hair and hazel ice. police are asking anyone that has seen her to give them a call. happening today, bart ride is improving conditions. >> how many more closures are we looking at in the months to come? good morning. >> we are at the 1th street bart station. if you turn this way, you can see this cut out on broadway, there are lots of signs saying no parking. we assume this is the area that the buses will pull up later on this morning. the buses are set to ferry them
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to fruitville stations -- fruit veil stations. three stations were impacted because of the work yesterday. it will carry until tonight. this is the first in a series of closures as bart begins to use the $3.5 billion raised by measure rr bonds approved by voters last november. crews are working to rebuild the tracks. officials say they know the closures will be inconvenient but it's necessary because workers don't have enough time to complete the work they need to during the overnight closures. this is the first of six planned weekend closures between now and july. the closures are expected to add between 20 and 40 minutes to riders' trip times. the pay off will be a safer more reliable and quieter ride for passengers. wondering if riders, in fact,
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feel that the temporary inconveniences will be worth the big pay off for, again, safer, quieter and more reliable rides. so, we will monitor the situation out here and keep in mind, guys, this is the first in a series of closures that we are expecting to go through on various weekends into july. >> i think we forget bart was built in the early 70s, so, it's getting old. >> a lot of work to be done. >> all right. well, the water level in the oroville dam is rising faster than it can be let out. the repair plan to get it restored before it can overflow again. >> several key supreme court cases could be heard in the upcoming weeks. upcoming weeks.
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good sunday morning. dry day. it's chilly this morning with 30s and 40s. partly cloudy skies for sunday. we are tracking rain chances the next few days. seems like we always are. breakdown of the forecast coming up. >> a habit this year. another show of force from the u.s. military in the pacific. a u.s. navy strike group including an aircraft carrier is moving to the korean peninsula. concerns growing over korea's nuclear weapons program. earlier in the month they had a test and saturday is called the day of the sun in north coronado, it's the country's biggest holiday. they could show military force. following the recent attacks in the u.s., how the
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fbi handles terrorism-related tips. they are reviewing tips from the past three years to make sure that they were properly investigated. this comes in response to the attacks at the pulse nightclub in orlando, shootings in fort lauderdale and bombing on the streets in new york city. in each case the suspects were on the fbi radar at one time but it was determined that additional rut continue anyways not -- scrutiny was not needed. neil gorsuch could have a big impact in the supreme court over the next few weeks. key issues that are set to be heard about the supreme court include business rights to refuse service based upon sexual orientation, voting restrictions and possibly president trump's travel ban. he could be the deciding vote on several cases. justice gorsuch is said to be sworn in monday morning. is it too soon to talk about the 2020 election? not if you ask are arnold
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schwarzenegger. in an interview with the la times he says john kay such has what it takes to go against trump in four years. >> we just got through all that. here we go again. let's go to mark tamayo. if you wake up thinking it's cold, you are right. is it dry? >> it is dry. frank, i have a question to ask you. you lived in tahoe at one point. >> a couple of years. >> by this time are you tired of the snowfall. >> by this time there is no snowfall. you are talking about spring skiing. that is about it and get reac cited about your -- reacquitted with your driveway and i'm looking at that graphic and -- amazing. >> this is the first time i have seen the web sites, the closing dates undecided. >> memorial day. >> i was there last weekend, talking about how it looked
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like it was going away. snow was starting to melt then boom, we are back. >> then we restock it for you. >> today great conditions. you can see the amounts are adding up for a sampling of the resorts. great conditions up in the mountains. fresh powder from yesterday. we are dealing with the cold air across northern california and the bay area. we have clouds moving in to central california. that's just about it. we are in the clear except some patchy fog trying to regroup. that could impact your visibility. the fog is floating around the bay this morning. santa rosa 34 degrees. san francisco 46 degrees. here we go with the fog reports. up in the north bay, especially for santa rosa, one quarter of a mile. novato zero visibility. the overcast is moving around quickly. be extra careful. that could impact your visibility in the short term. this afternoon fair skies. tomorrow, clouds in the morning becoming partly cloudy by the
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afternoon. then wednesday we do bring in the chance of rain, especially by the evening hours. so, we are not completely dry just yet in terms of the storm pattern. but today we are dry for sunday. looking good at least in the short term. for monday, clouds. i think we could have a few sprinkles in the north bay. nothing major. on tuesday, this system is still developing out here in the pacific. this could produce showers, primarily up in the north bay. south of the golden gate bridge a few sprinkles or drizzle out there. probably the most organized system this week moves in by late wednesday, especially after 4:00, 5:00 as we head to wednesday evening. here is the weather system for monday morning, falling apart over the bay area. maybe drizzle up in the north bay. then monday afternoon, we have the giant's home opener. partly cloudy skies. more clouds into tuesday. the best chance of showers will be up in the north bay. temperatures for today, after the patches of fog lift, we are
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expecting 50s and 0s out there. san jose 63. san francisco 58 and santa rosa in the upper 50s. a look ahead, your five-day forecast, pretty quiet for today. more clouds monday. could be talking about a few north bay showers for tuesday and the chance of rain wednesday. we are trying to iron out the timing. it looks like the best chance will be for late wednesday afternoon and into wednesday night. maybe the first half of wednesday, a good chunk of the day could be dry. >> incredible. >> it keeps going. maybe after that, one day, we will say the storm door shuts. >> there will be a week when you say we could use a little precipitation. >> what am i going to talk about. >> all right, thanks, mark. your final day to catch the macy's flower show. we will let you know how to score some of the pieces shown and the benefits of the organization. benefits from the purchase. m the purchase.
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welcome back. he injured his knee 39 days ago. kevin durant is back to work. you would new england know he -- you would never know he left. here is the game's first two points courtesy of k.d. >> driving. he is back. >> i'll say he is back. good, too. late first quarter, watch this buzzer beating jumper before the first quarter ended. green joins in the party. he goes from downtown, burris the three ball. warriors up eight at the half. durant finding his game quickly, especially in the second half. a couple of jumpers are good.
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he played 30 plus minutes. two more games before the postseason. steph curry did not play nursing the knee injury. >> i think they were good. >> i would say so. k.d. looks fine. the san francisco giants continue to struggle. in the first inning, two men on base, baumgardner gives up a double. there it goes. the padres score one and took the early lead. san diego wins it 2-1. giants tried to break the losing streak when they play in san diego today. then they head back to the bay area for the home opener against arizona. >> time to come home. the giants 1-5. the a's an even 500 club, three up, three down. they got win number 3 last night in texas. it was all about that man right there. he floated with a no hitter. no no still cooking in the 7th.
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nap poly says i'm not striking out. that baby is gone. so is the no hit bid. so is the shut out. but no big deal. a solo home run to center field. 2-1 game. rangers get no more. a's added four more. here is a two-run jack. a's impressive out of the gate. 6-1. sharks end with a win at home over calgary. no score until the second period when chris tierney gets it to the net. he scores. sharks 1-0 lead. later in the same period, and the sharks lead 2-0. sharks win it. they play next week against either edmonton or anaheim after dropping nine of the 12 games. >> not many robert smith's playing hockey. >> that gives you a run for
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your money. no matter your favorite sport, cutting edge technology is being used to help athletes improve their performance. >> one of those is vision training. as scott reese reports, it's being used to help everyone from top pros to student athletes. >> reporter: this is not a fashion statement. some of the world's top athletes like steph curry and matt ryon incorporated vision training into their workouts. the founder of sensory speed have their own vision. >> the missing piece of most sports performance training programs out there is vision and the neurocognitive components. that's where we come in. >> based on developmental optometry and functional vision that has been around for many years but it's never been totally accepted because of the traditional model. if you see 20-20 you have good vision. of course that's not true.
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>> reporter: the sensory speed program is designed to improve peripheral vision, depth perception, tracking ability, any number of skills that aid in maximizing performance. >> if you break down any plan, any sport to its most simple form, it will breakdown to see it, process and react. >> vision isn't just eyes. that's like saying a keyboard is a computer. the eyes of the keyboard to the come come, to the brain. so, the eyes are an extension of the brain. they are designed to get the information in as quickly as accurately as possible. then it has to go to the brain, process and then it goes from the brain to your body. >> the equipment is pretty cool. the theory behind it, impressive. in practice, the san jose state softball team provides compelling data point. >> record numbers, top 10 in hitting the last three years. >> that is top ten in the nation in almost every major
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offensive category. the spartans increased the win total 23%. >> we have a better ride at the plate and slow things down. we can take our time mentally and adjust to the pitches. >> reporter: increased stats are good. increased safety better. in the long run, the most important benefit of improved neurocognitive functioning might be reducing the likelihood and severity of head injuries. >> with all the research coming out about concussions, they are starting to realize how important vision is. you can help prevent concussions doing the training because the athletes are more aware. they react quicker so they get out of the way in time. >> the upside is clear. the mission going forward, educate and train as many student athletes as possible because seeing is believing. >> it's a -- a team or player byes into this -- buys into
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this, performance improves. >> scott reese, ktvu news. >> so interesting. so many things to work on. >> exactly. business is going good for the port of oakland. the big spike in shipments going to the city in the past year. past year.
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a little sinatra to get you up and moving on this palm sunday. should be a nice day. welcome back to "mornings on 2". take a look at the bay and the pyramid in san francisco. welcome back. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i think this music makes you want to snuggle in bed. linger longer until it warms up. good morning, i'm claudine wong. speaking of the cold, mark tamayo is in for rosemary. if they are in bed snuggled under the blankets, how long until it gets warmer. >> that sounds like a dream. >> especially for a guy that worked last night. >> yeah. we are doing okay this morning. we are happy to be here this sunday morning. we have areas of fog and the
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cool temperatures. over the next two hours, we will have chilly numbers out there. a frost advisory until 8:00 this morning for the north bay. so, definitely when you get out of bed if you are lucky enough to be sleeping in, dress in layers because you will need the coat this morning. on the satellite, clouds approaching california. a system up to are the north. it will be dry so the umbrella gets a break for sunday. current numbers, chilly in life more, walnut creek. santa rosa mid-30s. areas of fog floating around the bay. not everywhere but up in the north bay we have reduced visibilities. santa rosa, a half mile. we have patchy dense fog around novato that could impact the vice built. this morning, partly cloudy
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skies, patchy areas of fog. into the afternoon hours, 4:00, upper 50s to lower 60s with fair skies. dry for sunday. a few changes setting up for monday. you can see what happens first thing monday morning. clouds and the possibility of a sprinkle or light shower primarily up in the north bay. we will talk about the system and possibly more rain chances in the five-day forecast, all of that in a few minutes. >> thanks, mark. a bart track repair project, hard to say, between lake merritt and fraught veil station -- fruit valuevale stations. how many more closures are we looking at in the months to come and how long it will take you. >> we are at the 19th street bart station. bart riders like this gentleman will be relying on the bus bridge that we have been telling you about. the bus is expected to stop
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here on broadway. you can see a cut out with no parking signs to accommodate the buses. they are set to ferry passengers to lake merritt and fruitvale stations. the work carries on until the end of service tonight. this is the first in a series of closures as part begins to use the $3.5 billion raised by the measure rr bonds approved by voters last november. crews say they know the closures are inconvenient but necessary because workers don't have enough time to complete the work they need to during the normal overnight closures. this is the first of six planned weekend closures between now and july. they will add 20 to 40 minutes to the trip time.
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the payoff, quieter, more reliable and safer road for passengers. stanford police say two women were groped on campus minutes apart. both of the incidents happened on friday night about two blocks apart. the first incident happened about 10:40. the woman says a man came up behind her and groped her. 20 minutes later a female jogger was approached from behind. both describe the man as white, bald head, 5'6" in heights. blue jacket and beige pants. if you have any information, give stanford police a call. the or row veil dam -- oroville dam is inching up. the lake is about 80% full and at the seasonal average. state warmers say more than 1 1/2 million cubic yards of
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debris were removed downstream from the spillway earlier this year. contractors are submitting bids for repairs and construction could start as soon as next week. police in florida are investigating a shooting at a  gym that left two people dead, another seriously injured. it happened about 1:00 yesterday afternoon in coral gables at the i can quinn knocks gym inside a mall. police say a former personal trainer shot two coworkers before turning the gun on himself. one of the victims was a gym manager who died at the hospital. the other victim is in critical condition this morning. the shooting sent people running out of the mall in a panic. >> i told the whole staff, close up the doors, something is going on. i see babies running, everybody running from that direction. >> police say the gunman had just been fired from his job at the gym earlier in the day. federal officials are on the ground in oregon where a private plane crash killed four people.
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the plane flew low then crashed in a grass field. the youngest victim a 17-year- old boy touring colleges with his parents. they were heading for the university of oregon. they owned a construction management company. the fourth victim was the pilot that worked for the business. five kids were hurt when a bounce house was lifted into the area in south carolina. the kids were on an inflatable when a strong wind gusts lifted it up in the air and then right into power lines. this all happened during a church fair. no word on the severity of the injuries. we know five kids were taken to the injuries hospital. a second one went airborne but it was empty. the volume of imports jumped 19% compared to last year and up 9% compared to february. the import volume dropped in february because many factories in asia were closed during the lunar new year celebration. one of britain's most
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recognizable landmarks is getting a face lift. london's big ben was stopped for the first time since 1859 so crews can repair big ben's tower. it's the biggest job in decades. the repair will take three years to complete and cost nearly $42 million. christians around the world are celebrating palm sunday marking the start of holy week. catholics gathered for a mass by pope francis. they gathered up palms that were scattered in front of jesus as he entered jerusalem. the pope condemned suffering in the world from war and terrorism. you are taking a live look at st. peter's square. as many as 80,000 people attended the mass earlier this morning. with all that going on, devastation out of egypt. a series of deadly attacks claim the lives of christians in two parts of the country. details on the attacks in two different churches on this palm
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sunday. >> easter sunday is around the corner. meet the south bay man that downed a record number of peeps. peeps.
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sun. we are happy with the sunshine. temperatures will warm up to 60 degrees. >> looks good, mark. a hunger program in san francisco could use help. the grocery delivery program
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has a growing waiting list. i went with one to see what it takes. >> reporter: we followed this crew as they made their way around the south market neighborhood. stop after stop delivering bags of food to people in need. >> i was able to get out of bed today. >> reporter: they are the newest members of a program managed by the san francisco marin food bank. >> the home delivery grocery program, a collaboration between the city, food bank and community based organizations to bring food to seniors and adults with disabilities that have difficulty leaving the house to get food. >> people like marianne forbes who said this program keeps her from going hungry. >> it helps a ton. i am not running out of food. i don't have to worry about running out of food. before i would run out of food and wouldn't have enough food to last me for the month and i would worry how i would get the
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next meal because i'm on a limited income. almost my whole check goes to rent and i am not eligible for food stamps. >> reporter: let's take you back to the delivery crew and how they got involved. they are with the palmeroy rehab center. a fixture in san francisco since the 1950s. our core population is children, teens, adults and seniors with developmental disabilities. we have a small group that serves people with traumatic brain injury. >> reporter: the nearly 400 people they serve get a mix of pool time, art time, vow cash none shall and recreational classes. a couple of months ago they designed up to help with the home delivery grocery program. >> we get a bulk shipments every tuesday morning of mostly produce, some protein, is some dairy, hodgepodge of things that we then separate into
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individual grocery bags for the recipients on the somo route. >> reporter: every tuesday they take great pride in sorting and bagging the food. >> vegetables and they can be healthy. jerry is a rock star here, local legend. he has like all the energy of the universe compressed into one being. we are trying to give him opportunities to build job skills. >> i am doing this so i can get a job on my own. >> reporter: 20 pounds of produce, protein and grains is packed in the bags then loaded in the two advance for delivery. the help they give the food bank is critical. the program is fairly new and while it serves about 1400 people, there are so many more in need. >> based on numbers out of the 2016 needs assessment report,
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we calculated that there are probably 10,000 or 20,000 seniors with disabilities that qualify. we are serving a fraction. >> reporter: there is a waiting list of people and the biggest challenge is finding other groups willing to do the work that they do. >> it really is big. our partners take on a lot by agreeing to help in the endeavor. the need is important. >> reporter: consider those who benefit, people like marianne forbes. >> all the vegetables are ones that i got from the program, yams, eggplant, onions, celery and i bought a $6 roast and i will put all this stuff in here and it will last me about four days. >> i have trouble with my legs. sometimes it's hard for me to get out and go get -- >> reporter: consider this crew who knows what it's like to receive help. you only have to see the smiles on their faces to know how
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invaluable it is to give back. >> to be put in a position to give a little help so they can contribute back some of that that they benefited from. it's super rewarding, instantly gratifying for everyone. >> what an incredible program. people in need helping people in need. a win-win both ways. >> absolutely. and really, i mean, everyone was smiling back and forth. a lot of joy. it's one of those things that if you can see how much you get from it, maybe they can get more community partners to sign up and serve more people that can use it. >> good program. nice piece. nice piece. let's get you to weather. we have a delightful day on top. mark is in for rosemary. >> we appreciate these days a lot more. >> when i see the sun, i get excited. >> i bow at it. >> a few hours to hang out with an old friend. >> today you can hang out with the old friend all day long. >> i will take it. for your sunday after a stormy start yesterday at this time across the bay area and
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saturday, today a nice sunday with patchy fog out there first thing this monk. chilly start. the afternoon hours, partly -- fair skies expected and no raindrops expected. clouds heading to the south to central and southern california and we have a weather system up to the north. watch out for that first thing tomorrow morning with essentially more clouds working back into the bay area. as far as current numbers, it's chilly. showing you 30s in santa rosa right now. 35 degrees. livermore 37. san jose, 31. san francisco checking in at 47 degrees. areas of fog. most areas recording decent visibility out there. up in the north bay, patches moving around, especially closer to novato. it's one of those deals where you can have nice conditions and all of a sudden you encounter the fog bank. keep that in mind over the next two to three hours. with the break in the rainfall, it's a good time to reflect back on what happened over the past few months. rainfall since october, look at
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santa rosa, closing in on 60 inches. we will see if that happens. over 58 inches. 178% of average. amazing. san francisco downtown over 31 inches. even san jose getting in the action, over 17 inches with 17.55. we are not completely done with the rainfall just yet. we are tracking multiple shower chances this week. at least for today, we get the break. fair skies for sunday. clouds for monday, maybe a few sprinkles or light shower monday morning. then by tuesday, we could have north bay showers working their way back into the region. our next organized system could move in on wednesday. especially by wednesday night. here we go today, mostly clear skies. we will take this into monday morning. the clouds, the system falls apart. by monday morning, we could have a few showers up in the north bay or drizzle around san francisco and oakland. by the afternoon hours, skies becoming partly cloudy. then on tuesday, the best bet of showers will be up in the north bay.
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so, these are all systems that graze the bay area, especially up in the northern regions. santa rosa, 59. san jose 63. pacifica in the upper 60s, 67. a break today. mostly cloudy skies for monday morning and then maybe sprinkles or drizzle out there. then on tuesday, a few showers. wednesday is the best chance of rainfall. wednesday morning, not bad. by wednesday, say late afternoon into the evening hours, we will bump up the chances and a slight chance into thursday. we can get outside to enjoy the sunshine today and maybe a few more drops by wednesday night. >> maybe june, july we will have suns across the board. >> one day i will say morning fog, afternoon sunshine. >> have a good day. >> i will hold you to that. i forgot what that sounds like. thanks, mark. happening today, the final showing of the macy's flower show over in san francisco.
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>> the theme is carnival. last month we took you live to macy's and showed you the amazing creations from professional florists and students. well, today, if you are meaning to go over there and check it out, you got to go. >> you can take some of it home, too. many of the pieces tomorrow go on sale. if you are looking to take some home and decorate the house, the proceeds go to the delancey street foundation. check it out. matt stone took an easter themed challenge yesterday. >> built check out this tweet yesterday morning. what's my job? eating cute, fluffy sugared marshmellows, peep eating championship. one hour. i love peeps but i don't know -- >> i like the before shot, not the after. he had to gram as many of those in his mouth in five minutes. around 1.5 billion will get eaten this spring.
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he was shooting for a number less than that. take a look at this picture after he set the world record. look how happy he looks. 255 peeps in five minutes. i do not like them that much. matt won $1,700. a trophy overflowing. as if he didn't have enough. here is more peeps for you. then, of course, he getsster bragging rights. >> and a contract to do a great commercial. >> one peep is too many for me. good for matt. seeing the world while getting paid. sounds cool. the key to seeing it all from those traveling the world and they are doing it for a living and getting paid. and getting paid.
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a bay area charity is going 100% electric.
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goodwill received a fleet of electric trucks. the ten trucks were bought by goodwill with the help of money from the cap and trade program and funding from the bay area air quality management district. >> 1,000% electric trump day -- 100% electric truck. the technology is the cleanest available, 100% battery electric. >> goodwill will use the new trucks to service san francisco, san mateo counties. staples is putting itself on the market after its efforts to merge with office depot. a number of buyers stepped forward including private equity firms. how does traveling the world for a living sound? good, right? sometimes it takes the right situation and a leap of faith.
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tips foreseeing the world and getting paid. >> vancouver. >> where is that? >> so far away. >> reporter: bringing far away within reach. ever wonder how to make travel be your daily life, not the vacation from it? meet the retired toddlers. this tampa couple quit their day jobs and took off to see the world with their kids front and center. >> are they scared of us? >> building a youtube channel and social media following as they go. >> started as a couple month trip and we have been on the go for almost a year. no end in sight. >> reporter: they worked hard and saved harder, down sizing to one vehicle, earning money by doing online consulting, selling off the belongings and
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eventually a whole house. >> do you have a house? >> i do not. i just travel. >> reporter: how hard is it to just travel for a living? >> if you know your passion and traveling is one of my passions, you can turn it into a moneymaker, you don't have to work a day in your life. >> reporter: we caught up with the youngest american to visit every country in the world on a layover in to find -- in tampa to find out. >> i turned the web site into a social media gig, television gigs and brand partnerships. i work with the largest travel brands in the world, airlines, destinations and i partner with them. >> they get paid to fly, cruise and stay at fancy hotels all around the world and write with his experience. >> you generate quite a following before you can monetize that. if someone says i want to get paid on to good -- paid to go
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on a cruise ship. >> you have to have a name and a reason for people to follow you. >> that is his world record for world travel. >> did you set out to become the youngest american to travel every country in the world. >> no, it was a hobby. when i was halfway there, i saw the light at the end of the tunnel and i thought i will go for this. i never intended to make it into a job or money off of it. >> for the rest of us, you need to find your area of expertise. adventure vacations, travel on a budget, dog friendly trips? >> if you are a new kid on the block, you have to give people a reason to listen to you. with a following that helps. but then you have to become an expert on something, why should people listen to you. >> wow. >> food. after a while, you probably get a little tired. >> i think you might need to -- then the question of when you travel, do you want to stay somewhere longer so you are not just. >> all right, great, we are in chad, let's go to libya now.
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you got 196 countries. i got 206. somewhere around 200. >> that's a lot. >> a lot of passport stamps. good for him. >> there are a lot of places on my list of things to see. tim is 7:58. more serious news. we have recent terrorism- related shootings that may force a change with fbi on investigators that are double checking their work. >> big decisions from newly appointed supreme court justice neil gorsuch. the pending legal cases he could decide in the upcoming weeks when we come back. we come back. you're going to be hanging out in here. so if you need anything, text me. do you play? ♪ ♪
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i really like that shot. let's take the rest of the day off. >> i need to dry out. i have so much stuff in my yard that needs to be kind of picked up. a lot of debris everywhere. >> your husband. >> he is not listening or ignoring me. it's sunday, april 9th.
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i'm claudine wong. >> happy sunday. i'm frank mallicoat. we will talk about the wonderful weather in a moment with mark but first some headlines on this sunday. two cars caught fire and an explosion heard outside of a home in the east bay. the cars are completely destroyed. the fire then spread to the home. >> the family was sleeping inside at the time. more on the investigation that is now underway this morning. and community groups coming together to give groceries to those who can't afford or aren't able to get it themselves. >> more on that program and we will introduce you to the newest group to sign on to help. it's a feel good story. >> it's palm sunday. the pope did hold mass at the vatican this morning. >> he did. more on the pope's message to the tens of thousands gathered at st. peter's square and from all around the world. first, let's check in with our world in the bay area with mark tamayo in for rosemary enjoying the day off. she is smart, she is off and
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you are working. >> she is smart. >> she timed that well. >> she timed it out nicely with the sunshine. yesterday at this time she was talking about some intense thunderstorms. so, yeah, the changing weather pattern is setting up for the second half of the weekend. mostly sunny skies. areas of fog that could impact your travel plans in the short term. you can see right now clouds moving in to central california approaching santa barbara, goes clouds up to the north, up to the north and west. they could be working into the area tomorrow. but your sunday, the key headline, we get a break. no umbrellas needed for today. current numbers, it's chilly. you need the jacket this morning. santa rosa, goes 37 degrees. livermore 41. san francisco in the upper 40s. fog is moving around as well, especially up in the north bay around novato. be careful driving highway 37. fog up in santa rosa as well.
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beautiful, looking out to mount diablo, fair skies for monday. wednesday the chance of rain, especially by wednesday evening. but for today, we get the break. partly cloudy skies, patchy fog. 9:00 a.m. temperatures, low 40s to low 50s. by lunchtime, 55 to 60 degrees. the eventually temperature range this afternoon, by 4:00, upper 50s to low 60s. then enjoy all the sunshine this afternoon for sunday. we will talk about the changes setting up the next few days in the five-day forecast in a few minutes. >> all right, mark. we thank you for that. new this morning, interstate 280 in san jose finally open again at this hour after a deadly early morning car crash. chp says the crash happened around 2:30 this morning. reports say see the driver of the lexus was going fast southbound when he hit another car. that car overturned. the other person inside was not
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injured. then the lexus hit a honda. the driver was trapped and unable to get out of the car. >> this was a rather spectacular collision. people stopped on both sides of the freeway. many people did go to the driver of the honda and try to get him out of the vehicle. unfortunately their attempts were unsuccessful. >> chp says the lexus driver and his passenger were both taken to the hospital. both are expected to survive. the lexus driver is under investigation for driving under the influence of alcohol. also new this morning, firefighters in martinez investigate a car fire that spread to a garage and caused a loud explosion. allowed explosion. this happened at 2:00 this morning. one man that lives nearby said he heard what sounded like a bomb go off. he went to see what happened, saw a car engulfed in flames. the family was able to make it out safely. >> in five minutes, the car was
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engulfed. just massive flames. it caught the next car on fire then the front of the garage on fire, within seven minutes and it was a huge fire. and before all that happened, there was that huge bang. i mean, it happened before the fire started. a weird thing. >> most of the explosions were tires and parts of the vehicle on fire. >> firefighters were able to quickly put the fire out and no one was hurt. the highway patrol is investigating the latest shooting on an east bay freeway. chp is investigating the shooting but not saying much more. this happened about 3:30 near the lone freeway off-ramp. chp does not say if anyone was hurt. last february a driver was killed in another highway 4 shooting that happened less than two miles away. newark police are investigating a shooting that left one man dead in a grocery store parking lot. it happened about 12:30 yesterday afternoon at newark boulevard. police found the man inside the car. he was pronounced dead at the scene.
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it's not clear what lead up to the shooting. the victim's name has not been released. union city police are investigating what caused a car to slam into a home on cambridge way off spirian boulevard and north of dire street, halfway between the on ramps of san mateo and dumbarton bridges. fire crews were called to the scene. they turned off the power and water to the home immediately it's not clear what caused the driver to hit the home. there are no injuries. witnesses say it looks like the damage is limited mostly to the home's garage. coast guard says no signs of fuel leaking from the sunken barge south of the bay bridge. it capsized during the stormy weather thursday. yesterday crews went out to assess the possible environmental impact. they say the barge was carrying 4,000 gallons of diesel fuel and another 300 gallons of hydraulic oil. >> to my knowledge there is low
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environmental impact fortunately. we have teams that go out and survey the shoreline. we haven't found shoreline effects. fish and wildlife is doing their own analysis and surveys and hasn't reported significant findings to this point. >> the coast guard says the next step is to salvage the barge which could take several days to do. there are reports the son of an oakland city councilman is under federal indictment in an alleged construction bid rigging scheme. the east bay times reports taj read, the son of larry read, faces charges of bribery and conspiracy in connection with the lawrence berkeley lab. the founder of the turner group also faces federal charges in the case. according to the times, the indictments came during the 2014 corruption investigation into state senator leyland lee whose in prison.
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30 people were treated for symptoms of hypothermia. one athlete was taken to the hospital after swimming in 37- degree temperatures. then trying to ride a bike. cal fire said 30 other people stopped in the race and were taken to warming areas to be treated. >> they don't have proper gear. they don't have rain jackets. they are getting cold very fast. all the extremities, hands, feet are losing blood so fast that they cannot use their extremities well at all. >> they are pushing their bodies to the limit with the triathlon. most were okay after they warmed up. we don't know the condition of the person that was taken to the hospital this morning. police in sausalito say there is no sign of a woman who disappeared last month. ashley wells was seen during the early morning hours of march 30th in her orange kayak. she left the landing at turner
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street. she was heading to her houseboat less than a quarter mile away. there were no problems with tides or weather. she is described as 5'6" inches tall, 135 pounds, shoulder length blond hair and hazel eyes. police are asking anyone that has seen her to give them a call. happening today the last day to see the boat show. >> christian kafton is there to talk about what you can expect at the big show. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, guys. i am beginning to work on my holiday wish list right now. claudine, frank, if you guys are there, ahead and start taking notes. >> just leave me your checkbook and i will get you anything you need. >> reporter: i think if you and frank pool your money -- >> oh, pool the money. good luck with that. >> reporter: i'm just floating the idea here. but, guys, there is so much to
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see here. a wonderful show. dee dee taft joins us to give us a quick to your. i know you said that you guys had a rough start but the doors are open and you want as many people to come out today and enjoy the boat show right now. >> that's right. we had a bit of a storm thursday night. everything has been put back together. you can enjoy about 50 yachts, motor and power ncl yachts in the marina harbor in richmond. amazing beautiful day. what is great, we added the power boat segment. they offer cruising motor boats as well as sailboats. you can get whatever you want. if you like the wind, an engine, it's all here. we have stuff inside at the pavilion where you can get gear, accessories, find out the latest technology in the boating industry. but really, this is the perfect day, christian, to come out and if you do shopping or dreaming. >> i think i will do dreaming. you said that you have the
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power boat division now that you started which means that it opens up a lot more opportunities for people in in a lot of different opportunities for them to own and then to rent or whatever. there is a lot of different options people have. >> that's right. everything from a $3,200 sailboat to a 2 1/2 million dollar luxury yacht. >> yes, please. >> i think that's the one i'm looking for. >> with sailboats, power boats it's all here for anyone in northern california to check out. >> reporter: john here, we woke up john early this morning. he will give us a tour. dee dee, thank you so much. it will be a lot of fun throughout the morning. we will look at various boats or ships. we had that discussion before about boats versus ships. john will be giving us a tour of the genoa 54 in about a half hour or so. guys, i went inside and i can tell you right now, it's
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absolutely beautiful inside. i'm about 6'3" and i thought it would be cramped. wait until you take a look inside. plenty of head room. frank, claudine, if you guys are starting your holiday list right now, definitely put me on the nice list. >> the $10 starbucks card isn't enough? >> i'm appreciative for the $10 starbucks card but i'm saying a $2.4 million yacht goes further. if you get me the yacht, you can borrow it any time. >> lotto. good luck with that. we look forward to the tour. christian kafton in richmond getting ready to board a big yacht in a couple of minutes. let's talk about the oroville dam. the water level is rising faster than it can be let out. we will talk about the repair plan in place to get it restored before it could overflow. >> several keys supreme court cases could be heard in the upcoming week. the potential impact of the new supreme court justice, neil
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gorsuch. more on that when we come back. hen we come back.
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good sunday morning. out to the bay bridge. a nice start to the day. umbrella gets a break. off to a chilly start. enjoy the sunshine this afternoon. >> thank you, mark. we continue to follow the developing news out of egypt this morning. two churches have been bombed
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on this palm sunday. the islamic state claimed responsibility for killing 37 people injuring 100 others in two separate bombings. the first went off during palm sunday service. hours later a second bomb set off 130 miles away. equipped's interior minister said police stopped the suicide bomber from entering the church itself. this is weeks before the pope is scheduled to visit egypt. turkey and israel tweeted their condolences to the egyptian people. another show of force from the u.s. military in the pacific. a strike group including an aircraft carrier is moving to the korean peninsula. concerns are growing over north korea's nuclear weapons program. earlier in the month, north korea had a missile test and saturday is the day of sun in north korea, the country's biggest holiday and the leader could be planning another show
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of military force. for now u.s. officials seem to be getting prepared for anything. following the recent attacks in the u.s., how the fbi handles terrorism- related tips. ed fbi is reviewing the handling of thousands of tips to make sure that they were properly investigated and no obvious red flags were missed. this comes in response to the attacks at the pulse nightclub in orlando, shootings in fort lauderdale and bombing on the streets in new york city. in each case the suspects were on the fbi radar at one time but it was determined that additional law enforcement security was not needed. the review could take months. newly confirmed supreme court justice neil gorsuch could have a big impact in the supreme court over the next few weeks. key issues that are set to be heard about the supreme court include business rights to refuse service based upon sexual orientation, voting restrictions and possibly president trump's travel ban. he could be the deciding vote on several cases. justice gorsuch is said to be
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sworn in monday morning. is it too soon to talk about the 2020 election? not if you ask are arnold schwarzenegger. he said ohio governor john kasich should make another run for the white house in 2020 with an interview with the l.a. times he said kasich has what it takes to face off against trump for the republican nomination. schwarzenegger backed kasich for president in 2016. time is 8:18. say that three more times. let's go to mark tamayo in for rosemary. he is cooking up a good day for us. >> a break from the rainfall. lots of sunshine on board for your sunday. we are off to a chilly start. frost advisory expired for the north bay, we have 30s out there for this afternoon. partly to mostly sunny skies. clouds first thing tomorrow morning.
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then the extended and a chance of showers especially as we head to wednesday night. outside right now, you can't see it on the satellite, we have high clouds approaching northern california. that is just about it. the plan for sunday, you can pick out lots of blue skies out there. watch out for areas of fog for this morning to start out your sunday. this afternoon will be warmer than yesterday. take a look at some of the current numbers out there. santa rosa, goes 37 degrees. san francisco 48. san jose mid-40s. livermore 41 degrees. you need the sweater or jacket this morning in the short term. the active weather pattern, looking at this, it looks messy. no real organized storm systems. no strong storms to impact the weather pattern until wednesday night. for today, we are in the clear with fair skies, patchy fog. monday morning, clouds. tuesday tracking showers, primarily up in the north bay
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as the systems graze the bay area. for today, in mostly clear skies, sunday afternoon and then for monday morning, the clouds, maybe a few sprinkles pushing into portions of the north bay and it will scale back on the clouds by the afternoon hours. tomorrow afternoon, the giants home opener should be dry which is partly cloudy skies. then we will take this into your tuesday. definitely clouds and a few showers popping up here, especially up in the north bay. maybe drizzle developing near the coast and bay toward tuesday. temperatures for this afternoon, after the cold start this morning, we are thinking upper 50s to around 60. san rafael 69. temperatures up a few degrees each day. we could be talking about a few north bay showers tuesday. then the chance of rain wednesday. especially by wednesday late wednesday afternoon into wednesday night and a slight chance by thursday. thankfully these storms, with the exception of wednesday, that could be stronger, they
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are all weak at least as we head to monday and tuesday. >> something new and different. >> exactly. it's always evolving for us with this weather pattern. >> keeping you busy. i know -- if you do weather in arizona, it must get boring. i would think so. previously we would jump for joy over rain. your final day to catch the macy's flower show in the city. how to score some of the pieces used and the organization that benefits from that purchase. that purchase.
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green joins in the party. warriors up eight at the half. durant finding his game quickly, especially in the second half. he played 30 plus minutes. two more games before the postseason. warriors win it. steph curry nursing a sore knee. he is fine. the san francisco giants continue to struggle. in the first inning, two men on base, baumgardner gives up a double. the padres score one and took the early lead. san diego wins it 2-1. giants tried to break the losing streak when they play in san diego today. then they head back to the bay area for the home opener against arizona. they better win. the giants are 1-5 out of the gate.
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the a's an even 500 club, three up, three down. they got win number 3 last night in texas. it was all about that man right there. he floated with a no hitter. no no still cooking in the 7th. napoli says no-no no more. forget about the no hitter. solo shot. that's all texas would get. no worries. the a's added a bunch more here is a two-run jack. final 6-1. sharks beat calgary. they are a waiting their play- off opponent today. >> sounds good. business is good at the port of oakland. we will talk about the big spike in shipments traveling to the city in the past year.
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>> i have nieces. they are 20. they would love this. apparently so is my coworker. hi, everybody. picture perfect. it's a gorgeous day. nice to meet mr. sunshine again. it will be short lived apparently. happy sunday. i'm frank mallicoat. >> happy sunday to you. thanks for waking up with us.
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i'm claudine wong. let's get a look at the weather. if you thought yesterday enough. it would clear up and then open up. >> one of those deals where you had to be on your toes all day. the downpours and hail. >> my gutters need to be cleared out. >> can you stop it? >> absolutely. i will stop it for today. more sunshine for your sunday forecast. we are looking great today. off to a chilly start. here is the camera looking out to sfo. patchy fog. tracking patchy fog in the distance. that could impact visibility in the short term. it has been a factor in the north bay. snowfall totals, it's april. we are talking about significant snow in the mountains. sugar bowl over 3 feet of snow the past few days.
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sierra tahoe here. this is at home wood. look at the fresh powder. you can see the beautiful vista of lake tahoe. i am seeing great footage as well with blue birthday up in the mountains. clear skies up and down northern california. we have clouds to the south, santa barbara but we have a cold start. santa rosa 37. san francisco 48. san jose mid-40s. checking in at 45. here is the forecast today for this morning. we have patchy fog out there. temperatures on track to gradually warm up. upper 50s to low 60s under fair skies. partly cloudy or mostly sunny this afternoon. looking good for your sunday. then we talk about more shower chances. we will break down the chances in the five-day in a few minutes. >> sounds good, mark. happening today, if you love boats you may want to head to richmond. it's the last day to see the
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pacific sail and power boat shows. >> they had weather issues but everything is good to go. christian kafton is giving us a tour. >> reporter: i sure am. we are at the boat show. weather is looking beautiful. this is what they have been hoping for. john is joining us from cruising yachts. he will give us a tour. we showed this a few minutes ago. 54 refers to the size. >> this is the little sister to the flagship 64. >> it's luxurious downstairs. let's talk about the living quarters. first off, let's talk about this yacht. i asked you, the first thing i said was this is an ocean vessel. there is a sail and you can take it anywhere in the world.
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>> absolutely. all of the yachts 31-foot up are for offshore sailing. you are comfortable taking this boat anywhere in the world. >> they start with kitchens and bathrooms sell houses, i would assume it's similar to a yacht. take a look at the galley and what you get out of it. you are well stocked and you have the ability to make your food on your ship. >> absolutely. this is a magnificent, a chef's galley. secure location on the boat. you have a nice working area. you have tons of storage for provisions. very good cold storage and freezing storage for your provisions. >> you said that obviously these can be mix and match and they can be made exactly the way you want them. that galley can be made in another bedroom if that's what you want.
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let's take a look at the first bedroom of this two bedroom beauty. bedrooms are surprisingly spacious. >> yes. what we are seeing is the guest cabin. the luxurious guest cabin for your friends when they are aboard. as we move forward on the boat, you will see the master. >> i know when i'm cruising, i don't want to travel alone. i want a couple of friends with me. let's talk about the master. one of the best things about the master, it's a master with an even suite. -- en suite. >> lovely large port in the hull so you have visibility. four opening hatches above. combination shades and blinds. it's a luxurious accommodation that everyone will find to be very suited for long range cruising. >> the price tag, john, that is the one question, what is the price tag. >> this boat asking figure is
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in the neighborhood of 700,000. we have spectacular savings at the boat show. you can configure the boat. this has air-conditioning, goes generators, crew cabin. >> financing is available. >> absolutely. >> i figured as much. >> thank you so much. >> thank you for coming. >> frank, you and i about the same height, 6'3". this is one of the -- >> cash only. >> we will go in together on it and take this show on the road. >> where is your wallet? >> i think so. >> i'm wondering, christian, how many people they get who are just looking and kind of imagining and how many serious buyers and if they care that some people aren't coming to buy. >> we will talk about that with dee dee later on. this is the opportunity for people to look and dream. this is also an opportunity for people who are really looking for what they want to buy.
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so, we will talk to dee dee about that in a half hour. we will end this with one more quick look. the this will be tough. imagine waking up to that view every morning looking up at the sky as you wake up in the morning. >> i'm in. >> i'm in. >> thanks, christian. >> get that financing going. >> well done, thanks, christian in richmond. back home, stanford university police say two women were groped on campus minutes apart. the first incident happened about 10:40. she said a man came up and groped her. about 20 minutes later a female jogger was approached from behind. both describe the man as white, bald head, 5'6" in heights. blue jacket and beige pants. if you have any information, give stanford police a call.
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the water behind the oroville dam is inching up. about three times as much water is entering as is being released. the lake is about 80% full and at the seasonal average. state warmers say 1 1/2 million cubic yards of debris were removed downstream from the spillway earlier this year. contractors are submitting bids for repairs and construction could start as soon as next week. police in florida are investigating a shooting at a gym that left two people dead, another seriously injured. it happened about 1:00 yesterday afternoon in coral gables at a gym inside a mall. the former personal trainer shot two coworkers before turning the gun on himself. one of the victims was a gym manager who died at the hospital. the other victim is in critical condition this morning. the shooting sent people running out of the mall in a panic. >> i told the whole staff, close up the doors, something is going on.
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i see babies running, everybody running from that direction. >> police say the gunman had just been fired from his job at the gym earlier in the day. federal officials are on the ground in oregon where a private plane crash killed four people. the plane flew low then crashed in a grass field. the youngest victim a 17-year- old boy touring colleges with his parents. they were heading for the university of oregon. the family owned a construction management company. the fourth victim was the pilot that worked for the business. five kids were hurt when a bounce house was lifted into the area in south carolina. the kids were on an inflatable when a strong wind gusts lifted it up in the air and then right into power lines. this all happened during a church fair. no word on the severity of the injuries. a second inflatable went airborne but was empty at the time.
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port of oakland say there is a boost of imports at the port. the volume of imports jumped 19% compared to last year and up 9% compared to february. the import volume dropped in february because many factories in asia were closed during the lunar new year celebration. one of britain's most recognizable landmarks is getting a face lift. london's big ben was stopped for the first time since 1859 so crews can repair big ben's tower. it's the biggest job in decades. the repair will take three years to complete and cost nearly $42 million. christians around the world are celebrating palm sunday marking the start of holy week. catholics gathered for a mass by pope francis. worshippers hoisting up palm branches that represent the palms scattered in front of jesus as he entered jerusalem. during his speech, the pope condemned suffering in the
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world from war and terrorism. you are taking a live look at st. peter's square. we expect it will be a busy place all day day and all week long. on this palm sunday, devastation out of egypt. a series of deadly attacks and bombings claimed the lives of christians. details on these attacks at two different churches coming up. >> on a much, much lighter note, check it out, those are peeps, a lot of them, easter sunday is around the corner. those are very popular. we will introduce you to the south bay man that downed a record, a world record number of those marshmellows. want
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pg&e learned a tragic lesson we can never forget. this gas pipeline ruptured in san bruno.
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the explosion and fire killed eight people. pg&e was convicted of six felony charges including five violations of the u.s. pipeline safety act and obstructing an ntsb investigation. pg&e was fined, placed under an outside monitor, given five years of probation, and required to perform 10,000 hours of community service. we are deeply sorry. we failed our customers in san bruno. while an apology alone will never be enough, actions can make pg&e safer. and that's why we've replaced hundreds of miles of gas pipeline, adopted new leak detection technology that is one-thousand times more sensitive, and built a state-of-the-art gas operations center. we can never forget what happened in san bruno. that's why we're working every day to make pg&e the safest energy company in the nation.
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good sunday morning. when you wake up, it will be a beautiful day. lots of sunshine. off to a chilly start but the afternoon will be nice. >> you were smiling. i can't help it. 8:43 on the clock. a new hen gear program in san francisco could use help.
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the grocery delivery program has a growing waiting list. i went with one to see what it takes. >> reporter: we followed this crew as they made their way around the south market neighborhood. stop after stop delivering bags of food to people in need. >> i was able to get out of bed today. >> reporter: they are the newest members of a program managed by the san francisco marin food bank. >> the home delivery grocery program, a collaboration between the city, food bank and community based organizations to bring food to seniors and adults with disabilities that have difficulty leaving the house to get food. >> people like marianne forbes who said this program keeps her from going hungry. >> it helps a ton. i am not running out of food. i don't have to worry about running out of food. before i would run out of food and wouldn't have enough food
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to last me for the month and i would worry how i would get the next meal because i'm on a limited income. almost my whole check goes to rent and i am not eligible for food stamps. >> reporter: let's back up a little bit, take you to the delivery crew and how they got involved. they are with the palmeroy rehab center. a fixture in san francisco since the 1950s. our core population is children, teens, adults and seniors with developmental disabilities. we have a small group that serves people with traumatic brain injury. >> reporter: the nearly 400 people they serve get a mix of pool time, art time, vocational and recreational classes. a couple of months ago they signed up to help with the home delivery grocery program. >> we get a bulk shipments every tuesday morning of mostly
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produce, some protein, is some dairy, hodgepodge of things that we then separate into individual grocery bags for the recipients on the somo route. >> reporter: every tuesday they take great pride in sorting and bagging the food. just ask jerry. >> vegetables and they can be healthy. >> jerry is a rock star here, local legend. he has all the energy of the universe compressed into one being. we are trying to give him opportunities to build job skills. >> i am doing this so i can get a job on my own. >> reporter: 20 pounds of produce, protein and grains is packed in the bags then loaded in the two vans for delivery. the help they give the food bank is critical. the program is fairly new and while it serves about 1400 people, there are so many more in need. >> based on numbers out of the
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2016 needs assessment report, we calculated that there are probably 10,000 or 20,000 seniors with disabilities that qualify. we are serving a fraction. >> reporter: there is a waiting list of people and the biggest challenge is finding other groups willing to do the work that they do. >> it really is big. our partners take on a lot by agreeing to help in the endeavor. the need is important. >> reporter: consider those who benefit, people like marianne forbes. >> all the vegetables are ones that i got from the program, yams, cabbage, eggplant, onions, celery and i bought a $6 roast and i will put all this stuff in here and it will last me about four days. >> i have trouble with my legs. sometimes it's hard for me to get out and go get -- >> reporter: consider this crew who knows what it's like to receive help. you only have to see the smiles on their faces to know how
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invaluable it is to give back. >> to be put in a position to give a little help so they can contribute back some of that that they benefited from. it's super rewarding, instantly gratifying for everyone. >> you watch this piece, it's a win-win for those with special needs getting out there, socializing and some of the folks that don't see a lot of people coming in that need the help and friendships. >> they say it is a big ask but if you get on board and you kind of work your way in to it, you do get a lot in return. >> it's contagious. i worked with the special olympics. when you get in, a lot of hugging going on. makes you feel good. nice piece. >> thank you. let's go over to mark tamayo for nice weather. >> yeah. >> when is the last time we said that? >> i don't know the words any more. >> nice and weather goes together, what? >> today is nice. we are starting out with areas
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of fog this morning. partly sunny skies this afternoon. your umbrella gets a break. off to a chilly start. we had frost advisories for portions of the north bay this morning that expired about 50 minutes ago at 8:00 this morning. we have some overcast out there. it's not completely clear. your sunday will be dry. here is the satellite perspective. high clouds approaching central california. we have this weather system up to the north. this will be a factor as we head to your monday with more clouds first thing monday morning. maybe a few sprinkles, a few light showers primarily in the north bay. right now we have patchy fog trying to regroup. it will be a nice sunday afternoon. temperatures chilly. san jose 45. livermore 41. santa rosa in the upper 30s. san francisco checking in at 49 degrees. warming up a bit. reviewing the rainfall so far, it has been an amazing year. take a look at santa rosa. approaching 60 inches of rain.
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that is 178% of average right now. san francisco is well above the average, over 31. oakland 27.52 and san jose 123% of average. we are not completely done with the rainfall season yet. in my mind, living here and growing up here, i count april as a rainy mouth as well because we could talk about more systems moving into northern california. here is the active weather pattern in the pacific. today it's not active. we get the break. partly sunny for sunday. monday clouds out there. a chance we could have drizzle or a few sprinkles. a light shower up in the north bay for monday morning. not a wash out. tuesday we could be tracking more clouds and possibly more showers. here is the forecast model. i showed you the satellite. disorganized pattern. we are not expecting disorganized storms until the forecast -- until possibly wednesday. here we are tomorrow morning. the clouds, maybe a sprinkle or drizzle monday morning, 7:00
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a.m. then during the afternoon hours, giants home opener should be dry with partly cloudy skies. then we take it into tuesday. definitely more clouds tuesday and a few showers out there. the best chance in the north bay and later in the day wednesday we are talking about a better chance, especially by wednesday evening. the forecast highs today in the 50s to lower 60s. we are cold this morning. temperatures, a nice recovery for the afternoon hours. a look ahead, the five-day forecast, start out with clouds. lots of clouds for monday. becoming partly cloudy for the afternoon hours. maybe a few north bay showers by tuesday. drizzle elsewhere. then the chance of rain. we have to fine tune the forecast as we approach your wednesday. take a look at the highs in the bay area, looking at the boston forecast for tuesday, close to 80 degrees. >> no way, really? >> yeah. it shows you how you can have a cool pattern setting up, the other part of the country up stream warm. >> wild winter. >> a lot to keep up with. >> apparently it's not over
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yet. >> thanks, mark. happening today, the final showing of the macy's flower show in san francisco. >> this year's theme carnival. last month we took you to macy's and showed you some of the cool and amazing creations from professional fluorites and students. today is the last chance to see it all. >> and perhaps take some of it home. tomorrow morning of the pieces will go on sale. if you are looking to take some home, the proceeds from monday's sale go to the delancey street location. check it out. matt stoney took an easter themed challenge yesterday. >> check out this tweet from yesterday morning. what's my job he tweets. eating cute sugar marshmellows. did you know this existed? >> i did not. matt had to cram as many of those marshmellow tweets in his mouth in five minutes. around 1.5 billion are eaten each spring. matt was shooting for a number
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lower than that. >> lower but it's a lot of peeps. this is the picture he took after setting the world record. 255 peeps in five minutes world record #peeps. he won 1700 bucks and a trophy. this is what gets me, aqua peeps in the trophy. i don't think he wants any more. >> he gets bragging writes. >> i would be -- bragging rights. >> i would get sick. >> i did glazed doughnuts and root beer when i was in high school. >> that doesn't sound good. you know what sounds good, seeing the world while getting paid to do it. we will check out the people who are traveling the world for a living. the are you in. >> i'm in. this guy has seen a lot of the world, too. that story coming up. at ikea, we believe that everything you need should be within reach.
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at ikea, we believe that everything you need should be within reach. in an affordable dream kitchen that works as hard as you do. save up to 20% at the ikea kitchen event. a bay area charity is going 100% electric. goodwill received a fleet of electric trucks. they will use it to pick up donations answer transport cargo to the stores. the ten trucks were bought by goodwill with the help of money from the cap and trade program and funding from the bay area air quality management district. 100% electric truck or debris hauler. the technology is the cleanest
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available technology. 100% battery electric. >> goodwill will use the new trucks to service san francisco, san mateo counties. staples is putting itself on the market after its efforts to merge with office depot was shut down on antitrust grounds. they say there are a number of buyers that have stepped forward including private equity firms. we have much more ahead including key decisions by neil gorsuch. the pending legal cases he could decide on in the upcoming week. >> recent terrorism-related shootings may force changes on the fbi. details on investigators that are double checking their work. got the forecast, too. see you on the plus in a couple of minutes.
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